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The Wallflower, Vol. 22 - Tomoko Hayakawa
The Wallflower, Vol. 22
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780345514608 (0345514602)
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
Series: The Wallflower 0 (#12)
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5.0 The Wallflower, Vol. 29
I just love how perverted the author can be (the naked guys, Sunako being held by Takano in the dark mistakenly).And THE LAST ONE WITH CUTE TAKANO-KID
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it
After TWO! months, I needed my Sunako-dose. It is really heartbreaking to stay away from this manga...Many sugoi moments of course. First chapter: Sunako and the chocolates. It may be repetitive but I love every time Sunako gets crazy about the chocolates, gets fat and pimply and the guys have to co...
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it
3 stars and a half, because of the cliffhanger.There were a couple of AWWWW moments here, on Kyouhei's side. First, when he lost on purpose on the beach, so he could 'protect' Sunako when her bikini was loose. And last, when the boys thought Sunako was in love with the Astronomy boy, and they though...
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it
Sometimes it seems Sunako and Kyouhei are finally realizing their feelings, only that it was an illusion to keep the reader on the edge. Grrrr..So there are a lot of Sunako-Kyouhei moments in this volume. Only the first chapter is not. It is about Yuki and his girlfriend, who I appreciate, it is way...
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it
I have almost rated this volume a 3 stars. The first 3 chapters were just OK. First with Sunako wanting to marry this Prince because he was as weird and almost creepy as her. And Kyouhei impeding the wedding. Because of love? Not according to him. It was because he wanted her to cook him Japanese fo...
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